Ghetto mentality gave pit bulls a bad name. Blame the deed, not the breed!
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I love all the Bull Breeds but most especially Pit Bulls and Staffies who I think get a really raw deal from the general public and authorities. They are certainly the most discriminated against with BSL and yet all responsible owners know just how loving these dogs are. Deed Not Breed!
We have gone thru this with so many breeds...German Shepherds, Rottweilers, and Doberman Pinschers just to name a few...I wish more people would realize that it is not the breed of dog that is dangerous, it is the irresponsible and uncaring owners that make or break a dog.
Because Animals are God's children just like we are. We need to love and protect them always!
I love my dogs as a part of my family and for the last 15 years I have had pit bulls. I have always loved animals but the bully breeds are something truly special. I will always have a bully in my life. This cause is important to fight BSL, to educate people about the breed, and most importantly to find homes for these deserving dogs.
judge the deed not the breed …check the other end of the leash that's where the problem resides.
We our these dogs voices and we have to make people listen and no its not the dogs but the crap owners, BLAME THE DEED not the BREED.
I love the "bully" breed! Out of the many pits that I have loved when doing my own rescue I have never had one that was a vicious dog. I only received kisses from every single one... even though quite a few had vicious previous owners. Blame the deed, not the breed!
They need our support .... As beautiful gentle companions ... Misunderstood in the wrong hands
I believe that pit bulls are one of the best family dogs ever, and I am very distressed by the reputation that the press has assigned to them.